Controversial spy centre GCHQ will turn its attention to online child abuse imagery under new plans announced by David Cameron.
A UK communications intelligence agency unit used a popular cyberattack method against hacktivist groups, according to documents Edward Snowden supplied to NBC News.
In what Yahoo called "a whole new level of violation" for users, the GCHQ collected millions of images, many of them sexually explicit.
It seems that British Intelligence's passwords are kept in plain text -- complete with username, all non-encrypted. Ergo, not so secure.
British spy agency GCHQ has been keeping tabs on our web activity and phone calls, according to new documents from a whistleblower.
GCHQ secretly gained access to fiber-optic cables that carry the world's phone calls and Internet activity, reports the Guardian, and it's sharing the data with the NSA.
The latest revelations suggest that the US and UK singled out certain Web sites for surveillance, according to a report from The Intercept, which published classified documents.
The company has announced veteran security executive Alex Stamos as its CISO, confirming a rumor that he would be tapped for the role.
Brits may have had our personal info plundered along with US citizens, thanks to GCHQ's involvement in Prism.
A report claims that BT and Vodafone handed over customer data in compliance with the government's controversial cyber-surveillance program.